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June 10th, 2016She saved my life!
March 9th, 2016
She made me comfortable and answered
February 24th, 2015
August 19th, 2014outstandingly excellent
June 24th, 2012
I had my first child 5 months ago and since day 1, Million was there to answer questions- whether it was pregnancy related or not. She always takes time to make sure you are comfortable. She even sent me a Congratulations card for the arrival of Logan:) She will definitely be my doctor if any more children come along!
June 11th, 2012
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January 25th, 2011Former Pt
I love Dr. Million she is one in a million:)
November 7th, 2010The best
I originally became a gynecology patient of Dr. Million's because a friend was a patient of hers and had such a high opinion. I think Dr. Million is a wonderful gynecologist but when I became pregnant and Dr. Million's role turned to obstetrician, it was then that I realized what an amazing doctor she truly is. Every time my husband and I went to our appointment during my pregnancy, we were greeted warmly, treated with care, and made to feel so comfortable. Any questions we ever had were treated as important and answered. Dr. Million is such a logical and sincere person that I never felt unsure or insecure about what was going on with me or my pregnancy. I hope to have Dr. Million deliver any future children we may have!
July 21st, 2009I would not recommend her
I went for excessive cramping during menstruation. I am young and my husband had vascectomy. She wanted me on the pill to alleviate my cramps after I had told her several times that I would not go on birth control pills. Against my better thinking I accepted Yaz and went off it 3 days later after it caused me severe emotional issues (which I had already explained to Dr. Million). Her office is an advertisement for the day after pill, she offered to complete a partial hysterectomy to alleviate my cramping (Nice, huh?) This is no joke, she literally offered that to me, what woman OB/GYN doc would offer such a thing. Then I got a bill for $300 from her office. She had charged me $500.00 for the new patient visit because it was "more in depth" than most new patient appointments. It must've been because I actually had the cramping issue to discuss with her as opposed to just a pap. Go figure. I say, enter at your own risk, just hold onto your uterus!
July 11th, 2008Best OB/GYN in Gainesville!
Dr. Million is a caring and careful physician, her staff are efficient and even her waiting room is pleasant (there's a seperate playroom for the little ones). Whether you are going to have a baby, are going through menopause or in need of a gynecological surgeon, Dr. Million os concerned with your 'whole health', not just her specialty.
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